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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 24, 1920, Lethbridge, Alberta ALL TUB LOCAL NEWS WHERE YOU EXPECT IT THE LETHBRIDGl DAILY HERALD THE HERALD'S PAGE WE LOCAL SATURDAY, APRIL SECOND SECTION' LETJ1RRIDGK, ALBERTA, SECOND SECTION PAGE NINE WILL STREET CARS BE PUT IN THE BARNS? Crisis in Finances of Street Railway; Council Ponders ch Criticism of Operation of System and Deficits Give Rise to Suggestion That Operation Be'Suspended and Part, of Plant Sold. AM the Elreet cars to lie put away (n the barn and the rails and plant to ba sold? This is tbo question ivblcb. is uppermost in the minds of the city commissioners and is exer- cising all thoughts. WOiat has given riso to too crui in the situation is the number o! per- sonal criticisms on the running ot the care which have been of late hurled at the city council. These pointed out that the city was pursuing an expens- ive policy In running tho cars in view ot the deficits annually made and in Iho fact that these deficits have been Increased lately.' ,Tho council hare been strongly urged to de away -with the street cars and so savo -tho city money. With theso protestations before them, the commissioners have agreed that Mr. lYei-man should :furnisb the public a full and eipHcito statement ol Iho cost "In'operating'.and other ex- penses of the street railway system "When lliis Is dono and Uie taxpayers get an Intelligent view ol the fiitua tlon, it is proposed to put the ques tlon to them in the way ot a rcleren dum, on the lines of a money bylaw, so as to decide the fate ot the street railway system one way or the Exaggerated In rosard to the'street railway dft- IciL it may be that and thereby exaggerated, views are taken of the annual .deficits. This is clear [rom the following- figures suhmltted by Commissioner1.Freeman: The ac- tual expenditure in 1919 In tho oper- ating was and the actual revenue This shows an ac- tual deficit In for the year of There are, of course, tho fixed 'charges annually of f 38.071.44.' These will on Just the same it the cars were put Ir.to the "barns. The1 only TV-ay they'may he reduced is1 toy selling Ihb equlp- nienL Theso are it will 'bo for the burgesses'to decide. With Ui five-cent straight fare re- cently introduced It is expected that tho revenue in operating this year will not show a and in the estimates made no'.allowance for de- Foothills Areas Visited by An- other Seeding Is Held Back Enthusiastic Over Outlook.For Getting Rid of Mange in This District Ranchers and farmers in Southern Alberta are enthusiastically entering Into the scheme for dipping cattle this summer, in order "that the Seeding In severs! parts erf the Letbbridge district, has been delayed another gnow fell last night and jthls morning beav ily at a points: From Brocket west anpipf fell to an average dspth of flv'e.orjplx inches, and at Coutts the falMist night was. heavy From Cards ton .this morning the C. P E. received reports of a heavy fall A i right snowstorm occurred 'around Warner." ..C. P. the west and south, today showed signs ot heavy snowfalls. -The' 'coaches from Coutts carried several'inches of snow, and freight cars frpmjthe west were well decorated with'-white. that 'plowing on in the. mange area, which covers a large section 6t the south, will be lifted vy tho United States. At present a conference ,of vetertnaries Is proceeding, in Calgary ands In Die -.vest have become avait- abje- for settlement by returned sol- diers. Information to this effect has been received by the Herald. Jt now possible for a qualified soldier to apply for any par- cel, of school lands fifteen miles.ot a.railway Uno. When such for It will bo ap- praieed by a representative o! sol- Jie> settlement board. If there is only one applicant for tho specified parcel it Is possible for the returned soldier to enter possession at once, it there is more than one applicant tho parcel will he disposed ot by ballot as in tho case of Indian reserves and other lands recently, opened for soldier settlement w.puld be geaeraKin the Lethbtidgc district by Monday; but today's snow- storms or Thursday can bo done on ground previously! broken. Practical- ly every iveek plowing vetertnaries Is proceeding, in agary tVs ieen' progT'essing on fresh teak- and this question 4s on their agenda, the ,ad able to rive the (At first It -was proposed to "com- mence dipping about the Sth ot June, but now, it understood the doctors Klhls expecta- Penalty: May" Then Be Imposed At Post Help-Tiling a'week TemainS'f'or those -Sis have jllielr. income turns, 'according to J. 0. Doyle, of the temporary, income f ax v .office sta't here. All income tax returns must bo tiled 'by tie-so liable to taxation, not later than April .SO.- .All .those' Vvho are liable to taxation'- and who fail lo send in their- returns before the end of the month vrtll havo a peniltyjo pay of 25 "per cent, or .the amount of (he tax paj-able. There is no desire .to penalize any. tion. one. but if a taxpayer neglects his duty to Eenflrin-a return the required time, he must expect to pay a penalty.imposed.': In addition to :the penalties for be- ing late in relunis, there 'asro also penalties-for failing to pay'taxes within one month after-tie taxpayer has been assessed. .The section o? the act relative to'-tils'Is' as follows: .within one month' from th'e. data of malllne of the notice" of: assesMnenL; In month tfrpm the date 'Of .mailing ot the as- sessment f ITS per cent.'of' the amount.of .'such'tax ahal >o dde d tec t urther -penaltj; ot'qtii'.per'cenlum pel honfh' "sfiali eac'h add) B being advised because of the weak- ned condition of the animals. It will bo belter to give them a chance o 'fatten he'foro putting them through tho vats, the vcterlnaries teliove. There Is no doubt, one rancher: Eta ted oday, that the farmers in the Leth- ridge district are determined, to do .11 in their power this or render themselves under the !_, summary conviction to.a penalty .of ilOO for each, day d'lrins default continues. Jlepreseirtativesifrpni the Inspector of' taxation 'can- he-fieen'-'du'r.inB the liext ten days at of the col- lector of Inland revenue, post office buildlngV- tethbrldge. Persons -doubt as to whether or not. they thould file returns, or wishing any in- formation should call at where advice -will be gladly-given 'A horse entered.In an exposition at Sanla Barbara, arrived by airplane from Los Angeles. The trip was de layed a day until officers of the Hu mane Society had been convinced that no cruelty was Involved hv' the trip, which was niade In an especially equipped alrplant. PURjLIC MEETING IN THE MINERS' LIBRARY, 13th STREET NORTH MONDAY, APRIL 26th EIGHT O'CLOCK Spesiker-F. J. DIXON M.L.A. FOR WINNIPEG Subject: "Organized Labor and the Winnipeg Labor Leaders' Trial." WELCOME" OFFICIAL OPENING OF G. W. V- A. AUDITORIUM AN INVITATION DANCE WILL BE HELD IN G. W.V. A. CLUB ROOMS Friday, April 30th DANCING FROM TO REFRESHMENTS WILL BE SERVED STREET CAR SERVICE AFTER DANCE INVITATIONS BY PHONING 372, OR'.FROM MEMBERS OF LOCAL COMMITTEE'. Wcnelbol did not consider it worth ivhilo to be Included in 'me Irrigation scheme. It was pointed out w him that the ditch will have to'crosa uis farm. On' being assured that he will he paid any damages that can bo proved, be was satisfied. It was explained to him that it Is impossible to route ditch by any way that would take it away from his farm, because ot formation of the land. In !hc afternoon of re- vision continued sitting, and at tlit same lime held a'conterence wlth'-'lj C. C'liarlesworlh, chairman of tho'pro- vincial irrigation council. Mr Charles worth arrived In Ivelhbridge "this morning and went into considerably details on irrigation matters with members of the board. omedies of high onto: The Trans-Canada, next vi'Il! end on a tour of the wept such emi- nent actors as Martin Harvey, .v ft, HIGH RIVER WANTS BETTER SERVICE -T. II. SliSnnlck, inspector in Alhcrta i'or the Dominion crA or c o lne, Baird, the I'lg musi- Hoard of Kailway Comhiisslon- cal extravaganza, ".Maid ol the'Moun which has been playing don for three years and is still capacity business; "Chit Chin revival of "San Toy." anil Tyrone Power in "The M-Mdie- "A Bunch of and an- other new production. ora, Is spending today on the' -Macleod subdivision inter- viewing officials of boards 'ol X- trade in regard toC. P. train service. It is understood ihat v residents of that' sub-division desire two daylight trains.. A K KIRKBY'S Ever Lunch in the Evening? K you like refreshments being at tho thoalre or down town In Iho 'evening wo invite you lo enjoy any ct our after- theatre specials. We know you'll like our special dishes. The Yale THE rtBW CAFE 212 FIFTH STREET SOUTH Important Announcement 'AT. (IN THE OLD PALACE LIVERY BARN, SEfOND AVE. SOUTH) WILL BE HELD On Saturday, May 1st, 1920 THE BUSINESS WILL BE CONDUCTED BY WADblNGTON AND MARSH And AttcUon' Sales of Slock, Implcnients, etc., will bo held every Saturday. If you havo stock for hdad or car lots send them for Inclusion In onr opening sale next Saturday, May 1st, MR. In touch with !is at once, and 1C you have rtoclc of Implements lo. dispose of let us have particulars wlUioul delay. If you wish to purchase stock or Implemonta write us, giving your requirements and .we will act as your purchasing agent. Our intention is lo build up A business Ihat will give service to farmers and stockmen, and by atralghltorward dealinfgs merit tbo support of that s'ecllon of Iho community we seek lo servo, REMEMBER THE 1st. WE WANT YOUR ENTRIES IN BY FRIDAY, APRIL 30th, AT LATEST, WADDINGTON MARSH LIVESTOCK AUCTIONEERS AND AGENTS SECOND AVE. S. LETHBRIOGE, OUR OFFER FOR PELTS AND FURS WILL BE FOUND TO BE THE HIGHEST Ask Us And PROVE IT DEALERS IN HIDES, PELTS AND FURS PHONE 442 ADDRESS: 3K> 6lh P.O. BOX 5 ERR'S Daily STORE NEWS AFTER SUPPER SPECIALS SIX. O'CLOCK TO NINE O'CLOCK Nahob Powder.....Zpc Buckwheat Flour and Pancake Lavender Bath Soap, 4 cakes seltrislng, 2 nhgs., 35c for 30c 1'eatnealed Back Bacon, whole or Crah Apple I Ib 'holt nieces per Ib....... 65c' each J1 OS Turkish Delight, per .lh. 456 Arah-Tci per Ib 65c itch Hazel nrcam. 2 GECX KERR (JO; 'FAMILY G10CERS SERVICE AND-SATISFACTION GUARANTEED THE SILVER GRILL Service is what you get here in Its moat pleasurable form. The' 5 S foot! we nerve, is good, wliojesorae, hind you relish and -g. enjoy nnd it's only the fpod'that you enjoy that is really nourishing, -g. And It's not alono what we serve you that makes dining here s. the way we serve you. The courteous, .it-. 5 TrnriMfv nf trnnit havrt In rhoD.sft from.. inn >v.iy SCI vt; }uu. Aiie tum icwun. S tention, liie varicity of good Ihings yo'J havo lo choose from. Dining hero becomes habitual. There's a reason.. 1 FOUR-PIECE ORCHESTRA DAILY 1 I 12 jo' to I v: EVERYTHING OBTAINABLE.PREPARED BY EXPERT CHEFS AT MODERATE PHICES. I J, L. MILLER, Proprietor N. H. MURRAY, Manager OUR PRICE LIST FREE ON REQUEST WILL EXPLAIN WHY IT IS TO YOUR ADVANTAGE TO COME TO US WITH YOUR HIDES, WOOL, SHEEP PELTS, RAW FURS AND TALLOW, We the Largeit Dealert In Western Canada Selling Direct to Tinners, A. CARRUTHERS Co., Ltd. 1261 2nd AVE, 9, LETHBRIDQE PHONE HEAD OFFICE: WINNIPEG, AGENTS FOR MINED ROCK SALT CREAM SHIPPERS ANOTHER ADVANCE IN CREAM No. Sweet Cream. ,76 No. 1 Sour Cream......................................73 No. 2 Sour Crcarn ......................................70 Ship your creatii (o us for best prices. CRYSTAL DAIRY LIMITED In justice lo the .farmers, fhoy should bo ge'.ting Ihree times as much as they are for the milk, to meet expenses of the last two months; feed at its prico. and %V2alheV con- ditions. Wo should ho getting three tiroes as for delivering (ho milk over the wonderful roads as wo havo here. Two of our delivery outfits ara stuck In tho mitil this rnomlng find it may taks hours to get them out; and people wonder'why' the delivery of milk Is lale. Crystal Dairy Limited ;